Join us for next years...
For those whom haven’t heard yet. The Houston Bicycle Museum is officially open. We have arranged a temporary location for the Museum at 1313 Binz. Our goal is still to build a new building at the 5500 block of Crawford location. There are many Bikes on display now as well as bicycle accessories, tools, parts, ect... We also have on loan a great collection of bicycle related stamps from all over the world; as well as a really cool wall of record albums all with bikes on them. With the help of many great volunteers we have a great start. Thanks to all that have dedicated there spare time and love to the Museum. So come on over and join us for a free visit in December. Hope to see you here.”
The goal of the Houston Bicycle Museum is to display collections of antique and classic bicycles as well as exhibiting cycling related memorabilia. The museum will cover the spectrum of cycling beginning at its infancy in the mid 1850's and chronicling its evolution through to the most sophisticated of today.
Throughout this journey the museum will provide an informative and educational glimpse of how the bicycle and cycling has influenced our transportation, our leisure activities, our culture, our society, our lives and how, by using the developing technologies of each era, the bicycle has progressed in our ever-changing world. The history of the bicycle is a fascinating story. It is the desire of this museum to bring the pages of that book to life.
We have land available at Crawford and Calumet and all we need now is a building! Please help us spread the word about our fundraising campaign above. We are a 501c3 organization.
PLEASE BE ON THE LOOKOUT!! In March, we had a theft of bicycles from the storage space for the Houston Bicycle Museum.
CLICK HERE to see the photos and descriptions of stolen bicycles on our facebook page.
Channel 11 also covered the story as well and you can view HERE.
Thank you to everyone who has checked in with us so far. Please call or stop by or email us if you come across any leads.
HPD Incident# 033145514-V
NOTE: This site is being updated over the next few days.....